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         Sea Grant Fisheries:     more books (100)
  1. Coastwatch: UNC Sea Grant; Shrimping...A Fishery in Trouble? (September 1990) by Carla Burgess, C. R. Edgerton, 1990
  2. Population dynamics of world fisheries (Washington sea grant publication) by J. A Gulland, 1972
  3. Fisheries in a Changing Climate: Proceedings of the Sea Grant Symposium Fisheries in a Changing Climate Held at Phoenix, Arizona, Usa, 20-21 August 2001 (American Fisheries Society Symposium, 32)
  4. Research and information needs of the Florida spiny lobster fishery (Florida Sea Grant Program. Report [no. 1]) by William Seaman, 1974
  5. Dynamic Geography of Marine Fish Populations (Washington Sea Grant/Recruitment Fisheries Oceanography) by Alec D. MacCall, 1990-05
  6. Guide to Sharks, Tunas, Billfishes of the U.S. Atlantic & Gulf of Mexico by A Joint Publication of Rhode Island Sea Grant & NOAA Fisheries, 2003
  7. Bioeconomic models of the Florida commercial spiny lobster fishery (Sea Grant report) by J. Walter Milon, 1999
  8. An economic analysis of a potential overfishing problem: The N.C. hard clam fishery (Sea Grant technical report) by Yu-Mong Hsiao, 1986
  9. Sea Grant reprint by Victor L Arnold, 1971
  10. An economic analysis of the state of the Hawaiian skipjack tuna fishery (Sea grant technical report ; UNIHI-SEAGRANT-TR-78-01) by Salvatore Comitini, 1977
  11. Flatfishes: A systematic study of the Oregon pleuronectid production system and its fishery (Sea grant publication) by Charles Jackson, 1981
  12. History and management of weakfish fisheries (Sea grant reprint series) by J. L McHugh, 1979
  13. Effects of climatic change on fisheries (Sea grant reprint series) by J. L McHugh, 1977
  14. Distribution and abundance of the adult stone crab Menippe adina, in Mississippi coastal and offshore waters and the potential for development of a fishery: ... Sea Grant Consortium for calendar year 1988 by Kenneth C Stuck, 1989

1. Aquaculture Network Information Center
s Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquaculture, and the IllinoisIndiana Sea Grant College Program. Land Grant institutions, Sea Grant

2. Sea Grant Media Center
UConn Researchers Hope Crustaceans Have a Solution to Red Tide Connecticut Sea Grant has awarded "rapid response" funds to two researchers who

3. Northeast Sea Grant Fisheries
Northeast sea grant fisheries. Because a regional approach is important when Northeast sea grant fisheries Extension programs have participated in
Northeast Sea Grant Fisheries
Because a regional approach is important when addressing a regional resource, the Northeast Sea Grant Fisheries Extension programs work cooperatively as well as independently on fisheries management issues, including bycatch reduction, licensing, habitat, and stock assessment. This cooperative work has been furthered by the National Sea Grant Fisheries Extension Enhancement Initiative, a Congressional mandate intended to provide fisheries extension programming to stakeholder groups at local, regional, and national levels; to promote collaboration among federal and state fisheries agencies, management councils, and constituents to resolve fisheries issues; and to expand information exchange among all groups. Northeast Sea Grant Fisheries Extension programs have participated in several projects:

4. Oregon Sea Grant At Oregon State University
Oregon Sea Grant develops and supports research, outreach, and education programs that help people understand, rationally use, and conserve marine

5. Rhode Island Sea Grant Fisheries Aquaculture
The mission of the Rhode Island Sea Grant Sustainable Fisheries The Sea GrantSustainable Fisheries Extension program is currently based in the College

6. California Sea Grant Home
Newsletters. Sea Grant News latest issue available sea grant fisheries News latest issue available RFP's

7. Washington Sea Grant Program
Research and Outreach Education and Training Funding Opportunities Publications Terms of Use Privacy Policy and Accessibility Copyright 2004

8. - Concerns Raised Over Plan To Turn Oil Platforms Into
fish were in the pens and what weight we wanted to grow them to " said Russell Miget, a Texas sea grant fisheries specialist who worked on the

9. Index Of Sea Grant Fisheries Newsletters
California Sea Grant is the largest of 29 state programs in a national networkdedicated to research, education, understanding, conservation,
California Sea Grant
Newsletter of the California Sea Grant Extension Program and UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Sea Grant Fisheries, Spring 2005 SGFNewsSpring05.pdf
  • New Sea Grant Marine Fisheries Research Projects Pomeroy Accepts Fisheries Advisor Position Deborah McArdle Moves On Rockfish Symposium Scheduled for AFS Fishing Volunteers Sought for Collaborative Project Participate in California Sea Grant Strategic Planning
Sea Grant Fisheries, Winter 2005 SGFNewsWinter05.pdf
  • Nelson Nabbed for Northern Fisheries Position California Sea Urchin Commission California Department of Fish and Game Marine Life Management Act Research Project American Fisheries Society Marine Fisheries Session Seafood Quality and Safety Training
Sea Grant Fisheries, Fall 2004 SGFNewsFall04.pdf
  • Culver Selected for Ventura Extension Position Historical Ecology: Oral Histories of Retired Morro Bay Commercial Fishermen dungeness Crab Study Published Sea Grant Extension Program Contact Information
Sea Grant Fisheries, Summer 2004

10. Great Lakes Sea Grant Network Great Lakes Sea Grant Fisheries
The Great Lakes sea grant fisheries Leadership Institute is a regional stewardship project designed to provide emerging citizen fishery leaders with

11. Michigan Sea Grant Fisheries
Commercial fisheries in the Great Lakes are valued at more than $4 billion annually. Michigan Sea Grant conducts scientific research aimed at

12. Michigan Sea Grant Fisheries Great Lakes Fisheries Related
University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Inst. LS, LM 1975 Willow Drive, 2nd Floor Madison, WI 53706 (608) 262-0905 Fisheries

13. Heads Up! - News Connecting The West Coast Fishing Community
WELCOME Heads Up! is a collaborative project of Oregon Sea Grant and our partners who care about West Coast fisheries and the West Coast

14. Great Lakes Sea Grant Network: Great Lakes Sea Grant Fisheries Leadership Instit
Home Page of the Assembly of Extension Sea Grant Program Leaders, an organizationrepresenting outreach faculty at the 30 National Sea Grant College
The Great Lakes Sea Grant Fisheries Leadership Institute is a regional stewardship project designed to provide emerging citizen fishery leaders with the knowledge and skills to effectively interact with Great Lakes fishery management organizations for the benefit of the fishery and its stakeholders. Phase 1, funded by the National Sea Grant College program was completed in June 2004. GLFLI programs for Lakes Erie and Huron are currently planned for fall 2005. If you are interested in participating, please contact your local Sea Grant agent. Upcoming Sessions
Final Report on the Pilot Great Lakes Fisheries Leadership Institute
(Abridged Version) GLFLI Curriculum List of Great Lakes Agencies
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15. Great Lakes Sea Grant Network
Home Page of the Assembly of Extension Sea Grant Program Leaders, Read moreabout the Great Lakes sea grant fisheries Leadership Institute.

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National Sea Grant Sea Grant Library Sea Grant Media Center ... Home Great Lakes Sea Grant Network
A network of Sea Grant colleges and programs working in partnership with government and the private sector to meet the changing needs of Americans living in the Great Lakes region. More about the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network. Fisheries Extension Enhancement (FEE)
The Great Lakes Sea Grant Network leads the nation in efforts to coordinate, integrate and set priorities for fisheries extension activities at the regional scale. Read more about Great Lakes Sea Grant Network FEE Priorities The pilot Great Lakes Fisheries Leadership Institute (GLFLI) was funded in 2003-2004 as part of the National Sea Grant FEE program. This regional program is designed to provide emerging fishery leaders with the knowledge and skills to effectively interact with Great Lakes fishery management organizations. Read more about the Great Lakes Sea Grant Fisheries Leadership Institute Aquatic Invasive Species
The introduction of more than 150 aquatic non-indigenous species has permanently altered the Great Lakes. Sea Grant programs in the Great Lakes continue to support research projects and distribute a variety of publications about aquatic invasive species.

16. SC Sea Grant Consortium - News Archives
Sorensen Elected as Board Chair of SC Sea Grant Consortium The South Carolinasea grant fisheries Extension Program” – NOAA National Marine Fisheries
South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium
News Archives
Media contact: Linda Blackwell Archives: News Archives 2004 June Nov June 2004 Topics current topics Sorensen Elected as Board chair of S.C. Sea Grant Consortium back to top Thousands turn out for statewide cleanup A hurricane almost caused the rescheduling of Beach Sweep/River Sweep. A mere two days before the cleanup, Hurricane Isabel landed in the Outer Banks of N.C. More than 100 site captains and their volunteers covered about 65 cleanup sites in every coastal county. Community involvement included support from Girl and Boy Scouts, K-12 schools and colleges, environmental and civic groups, museums, aquaria, state and federal agencies, resorts, and businesses. Statewide an estimated 6,000 people cleared trash and debris. Cigarette butts continue to be the number-one item found on the coast, followed by debris associated with recreational activities (bottles, cans, plastic ware, and fast food containers) and boating activities (ropes, nets, buoys, and fishing line).

17. Connecticut Sea Grant Fisheries Extension
Collaborative Fisheries Extension Effort Northeast Sea Grant Programs Learn More!Connecticut’s commercial fishermen harvest from both the waters of Long
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Collaborative Fisheries Extension Effort Northeast Sea Grant Programs
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Explore the topic areas below to learn about Fisheries Extension
CTSG Fisheries Extension Projects

Fisheries Educational Workshops

Extension Initiatives in Fisheries

Publications in Fisheries
Websites of Interest
For additional information, contact: Nancy Balcom Robert Pomeroy CTSG Extension Projects in Fisheries Lobster Extension The lobster extension program was initiated in 2000, following the massive mortality of lobsters in Long Island Sound during the fall of 1999, due to an as-yet unexplained cause. It is a joint effort of the Connecticut and New York Sea Grant Extension programs, serving as the liaisons between the research community and the lobster industry, facilitating the Lobster Mortality Research Steering Committee activities and actions, organizing and hosting the annual LIS lobster health symposia, and keeping the public informed as to the status of the lobster resource and the progress of the lobster research efforts. Regional Fish Gear Mapping Project This regional project is a collaboration between the Sea Grant programs of the Northeast and the fishing industry, led by MIT Sea Grant. The goal of the project is to develop a GIS database of fixed and mobile gear fishing areas and boundaries based on data obtained from commercial fishermen in the Northeast. The data will be integrated into map products that will be useful to resource managers and fishermen in developing and assessing the extent and impact of fishing activities and fisheries management policies, with the goal of helping to achieve sustainable fisheries while minimizing the associated economic effects. Lobsterman Michael Theiler is working with CTSG Extension on this project, collecting data from fishermen in Connecticut.

18. Connecticut Sea Grant News
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Dr. Pomeroy will return on January 28. His email address is Upon his return to the University, he can be reached at (860) 405-9215. January 2005 Robert Pomeroy Northeast Fisheries Bycatch Workshop A regional workshop to be held June 29-July 1 2004, in Wakefield MA, organized by the National Marine Fisheries Service. The workshop will address bycatch issues, with industry participants working with agency officials. Learn more at the official web site. Mountains in the Sea An underwater exploration of the North Atlantic Seamount chain that you can join from your computer! Find out more!
Free Publication for Schools- "Living Treasures" Posted June 20
Connecticut Sea Grant has revised its old favorite, "Plants and Animals of Long Island Sound". The new booklet, "Living Treasures of Long Island Sound" has more beautiful line drawings and updated expanded text. This goodie made possible by a grant from the EPA Long Island Sound Study to Connecticut Sea Grant. A favorite for teachers and families. Reading level: middle school.

19. Contact Information For Sherman Hoyt - Maine Sea Grant
Sherman Hoyt coordinated the three workshops held in Maine. For more information,visit the Northeast sea grant fisheries website.
Sherman Hoyt Sherman is based at the University of Maine Cooperative Extension office in Waldoboro and works locally, statewide, and regionally on commercial fisheries and aquaculture projects. Sherm works with fishermen, scientists, and regulators to increase the capacity of local fishermen's groups and government agencies to practice sustainable fisheries management. His projects often involve collaborative fisheries management initiatives, including co-management and community-based management, with fishermen directly involved in managing their local fisheries. Sherm's capacity-building work with the lobster fishery has included developing a local lobster zone newsletter, facilitating conflict reduction work sessions, promoting the lobster zone governance process, and helping to incorporate research information into governance. Working with the sea urchin fishery, he has facilitated productive meetings and organized an annual sea urchin "summit" where industry can help make management decisions based on research findings. Sherm worked for two years with fishermen and selectmen from five municipalities in the midcoast area of the state to create a regional clam management program with clammers managing their fishery.

20. Emory D. Anderson Named Sea Grant Fisheries Program Director
Emory D. Anderson Named sea grant fisheries Program Director Dr. Anderson willwork on enhancing coordination between Sea Grant and NOAA s National
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Emory D. Anderson Named Sea Grant Fisheries Program Director
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has named Dr. Emory D. Anderson program director for fisheries at NOAA's National Sea Grant College Program Office in Silver Spring, Md. Dr. Anderson will work on enhancing coordination between Sea Grant and NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service "Dr. Anderson's career as a professional in fisheries science has spanned nearly 30 years, with broad experience at the national and international levels in both research and administration, experience that seems tailor-made for his new position with Sea Grant," said Dr. Ronald Baird, director of the National Sea Grant College Program. He most recently served as a senior scientist for NOAA's Northeast Fisheries Center in Woods Hole, Mass. There he was chairman of the Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Workshop process, which is responsible for performing assessments of fisheries resources off the northeast U.S. coast between North Carolina and Canada. He also served as the center's liaison to the New England Fishery Management Council and Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council. He received a B.S. in education (mathematics) from Dana College, Blair, Neb., in 1961 and a Ph.D. in fisheries biology from the University of Minnesota in 1969.

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